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The EPCON Pure Component Properties™ software application provides physical constant, temperature dependent, and temperature & pressure dependent physical property data for nearly 700 pure components of interest to the petroleum industry. Up to 34 different properties are available for each component. This data supplements the petroleum fraction characterization window by providing several important physical properties of components contained in petroleum fractions. This program allows viewing all the properties for a component with a single click. Printing and export features are available in to this easy-to-use interface. Options for working in English units or Metric units are also provided.
Physical Constants for a component can be viewed in this option. No further input of data is required.
Select the Temperature Dependent Properties option from the tree-view, select a component, enter Temperature and then select the ‘Run’ button on the far left side of the toolbar. All the temperature dependent properties with their temperature range will be displayed in their default units. In case the input temperature is above/below the minimum/maximum temperature for the property a warning message will be shown. Graphs can also be plotted for Temperature Dependent Properties against temperature.
Select the Temperature-Pressure Dependent Properties option from the tree-view, select a component, enter Temperature & Pressure and then hit ‘Run’. All the temperature-pressure dependent properties with their temperature/pressure range will be displayed in their default units. In case the input temperature/pressure is above/below the minimum/maximum for the property a warning message will be shown. Graphs can be plotted for Temperature-Pressure Dependent Properties against input temperature/pressure. When graph of input temperature versus Temperature-Pressure dependent properties is plotted, pressure is considered as constant and vice versa for graph of pressure versus temperature-pressure dependent properties.